***If you already own the Integer Block Kit (and would like to purchase the Level Up Set) you can remove it from the package using the Customize tab.
The Beta Universal Set Includes:
Beta Instruction Pack -?The Beta ?Instruction Pack contains the Instruction Manual with lesson-by-lesson instructions and answer keys, and the DVD with lesson-by-lesson video instruction.
Beta Student Workbook -?The Beta Student Workbook contains lesson-by-lesson worksheets, systematic review pages, and Application & Enrichment pages.
Beta Digital Pack -?Lifetime access to Beta streaming instruction videos and Instruction Manual PDF, lesson solutions, Skip Count Songs MP3s and Songbook PDFs, and other online resources from any browser. You’ll also have access to the Math-U-See Digital Manipulatives, using Chrome or Safari browsers.
Integer Block Kit -?This 133-piece manipulative block set is the only one you?ll need for all levels of Math-U-See, from Primer through Algebra 1; includes 20 ones and tens, 13 fives, and 10 each of twos, threes, fours, sixes, sevens, eights, nines, and hundreds blocks, plus the Decimal Street?/Block Clock poster. The durable cardboard storage box doubles as a carrying case while keeping blocks tidy and simplifying clean up.
Beta builds on the foundation in Alpha by applying students’ mastery of single-digit addition and subtraction to multiple-digit addition and subtraction. One of the stepping stones between these two levels is the concept of place value, which is an important milestone for truly grasping any multiple-digit operation.
Major Concepts and Skills Include:
Understanding place value and using it to add or subtract
Fluently adding any combination of whole numbers
Solving for an unknown addend
Fluently subtracting any combination of whole numbers
Solving abstract and real-world problems involving addition and subtraction
Additional concepts and skills:
Telling and writing time by hours and minutes
Understanding, adding, and subtracting U.S. currency
Measuring and estimating length with inches, feet, centimeters, and meters
Comparing numbers and lengths
Expressing differences between numbers as inequalities
Finding the perimeter of any polygon
Representing and interpreting data in plots and graphs
Is your student ready for Beta? Take the Beta Readiness Assessment to find out.